The PolicyLink Housing Justice Narrative Toolkit
The Housing Justice Narrative Toolkit offers a scaffolding for us to stay centered in the future we are reimagining. It supports our ability to speak to a base of individuals most aligned with housing justice—the anti-racist and persuadable base—in ways which are authentic and that they can hear. This toolkit grounds the core truth of housing justice. It guards against the distraction of the opposition by offering opportunities for us to avoid the pitfalls of repeating the same stories we have been told, or that we continue to tell, that haven’t moved us towards housing for all.
National Equity Atlas
Robust data and research are essential to developing strategies to build an equitable economy. The Atlas provides deeply disaggregated, longitudinal data on demographic change, racial and economic inclusion, and the economic benefits of equity for the largest 100 cities, largest 150 regions, all 50 states, and the United States.
All-In Cities Policy Toolkit
The All-In Cities Policy Toolkit provides a suite a strategies and tools, for six policy areas, to advance racial inclusion and equitable growth: Good jobs, Economic security, Homegrown talent, Healthy neighborhoods, Housing / anti-displacement, Democracy and justice. Each tool contains information on what the policy is, key considerations, who can implement it, and examples of where it is working.
Building a Movement, Transforming Institutions: A Guide for Public Health Professionals
This new web-based tool synthesizes the array of resources in the field into a comprehensive framework that embeds equity within institutional transformation. The critical first step to advancing health equity is ensuring that institutional infrastructure and operations — from what language is used, how activities are structured, how programs are funded, and how staff are trained — are internally aligned with equity principles, even before institutions continue the ongoing external work to advance health equity through programs and services. In this regard, we include important strategies for operationalizing equity not always found in other resources, such as strategies for building internal infrastructure, sustainable leadership, effective communication and framing, and using data.